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Newport Creative Practitioner Opportunity

I’m working with Maindee Primary in Newport on an exciting Lead Creative Schools project, of potential interest to a wide range of artists.We are seeking imaginative, dynamic and resourceful Creative Practitioners, for a project to improve standards in oracy and raise levels of pupil involvement in Year 4.The school has a high proportion of pupils for whom English is an additional language. We are therefore keen to develop a project that emphasises non-written artforms, such as music, dance,…See More
Oct 20
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Newport Creative Practitioner Opportunity

I’m working with Maindee Primary in Newport on an exciting Lead Creative Schools project, of potential interest to a wide range of artists.We are seeking imaginative, dynamic and resourceful Creative Practitioners, for a project to improve standards in oracy and raise levels of pupil involvement in Year 4.The school has a high proportion of pupils for whom English is an additional language. We are therefore keen to develop a project that emphasises non-written artforms, such as music, dance,…See More
Oct 17
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Pembrokeshire Creative Practitioner Opportunity, Lead Creative Schools

 Another new Lead Creative Schools opportunity to share with you, this time based in Monkton Priory Community Primary School, in Pembroke, South Pembrokeshire.We’re seeking an imaginative and engaging Creative Practitioner, for a project to improve literacy standards in Year 4 and 5. We want to create a project that will inspire pupils in new ways, and provide exciting opportunities for them to write at length. Through exploring the curriculum topic of the Romans, we want to collaborate with…See More
Oct 12
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Artist Opportunity: Lead Creative Schools project in Caerphilly

Hi everyone,The following opportunity is available through the Arts Council of Wales’ Lead Creative Schools scheme, at Hendredenny Park Primary in Caerphilly.We're looking for a dynamic and experienced Creative Practitioner, for a creative learning project to improve standards in oracy and writing in Year 5.The ideal candidate will have experience in writing for…See More
Oct 10
A blog post by Mark Williams was featured

WalesLab: The Hidden City

Our WalesLab project explored new technology as an integral element of theatrical storytelling for a family audience. The technology element was the specialty of digital producers Kevin Moss and Keeran Hawoldar.In our very first meeting, Kevin and I talked about our shared love of narrative, and Kevin’s belief that augmented reality technology should inspire digital storytelling, and be an integral part of the process.To that end, Kevin and Keeran wanted to explore their Shadow Runner…See More
Feb 1, 2013
Mark Williams is now a member of National Theatre Wales Community
Dec 23, 2012

Profile Information

What I do:
Writer
A little more about me:
I write plays, scripts and books.
Location:
Cardiff
Projects I’m working on:
Here Be Monsters, a new play for a family audience with Theatr Iolo. A stage adaptation of Jason & The Argonauts for the Courtyard Theatre, Hereford. Development work with NTW, including WalesLab project The Hidden City in January 2013, in collaboration with Kevin Moss.

My debut novel 'Sleepless Knights' is published in spring 2013 by @AtomicFez books.
Personal Website/CV:
http://markhwilliams.wordpress.com
Twitter @username:
@markhwilliams

Mark Williams's Blog

Newport Creative Practitioner Opportunity

I’m working with Maindee Primary in Newport on an exciting Lead Creative Schools project, of potential interest to a wide range of artists.

We are seeking imaginative, dynamic and resourceful Creative Practitioners, for a project to improve standards in oracy and raise levels of pupil involvement in Year 4.

The school has a high proportion of pupils for whom…

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Posted on October 17, 2017 at 10:12

Pembrokeshire Creative Practitioner Opportunity, Lead Creative Schools

 

Another new Lead Creative Schools opportunity to share with you, this time based in Monkton Priory Community Primary School, in Pembroke, South Pembrokeshire.

We’re seeking an imaginative and engaging Creative Practitioner, for a project to improve literacy standards in Year 4 and 5.

 …

Continue

Posted on October 12, 2017 at 13:12

Artist Opportunity: Lead Creative Schools project in Caerphilly

Hi everyone,

The following opportunity is available through the Arts Council of Wales’ …

Continue

Posted on October 10, 2017 at 14:00

WalesLab: The Hidden City

Our WalesLab project explored new technology as an integral element of theatrical storytelling for a family audience. The technology element was the specialty of digital producers Kevin Moss and Keeran Hawoldar.

In our very first meeting, Kevin and I talked about our shared love of narrative, and Kevin’s belief that augmented reality technology should inspire digital storytelling, and be an integral part of the process.

To that end, Kevin and Keeran wanted to explore their…

Continue

Posted on February 1, 2013 at 14:40

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